Rolling tea gardens engulfed in powder puffed clouds, stunning snow peaks, virgin forests, Buddhist monasteries; it’s time to head out off the beaten track, away from the bustling city life to experience the quaint life in Darjeeling.
An 8 day trip starting from 18th November, head out on this offbeat trip to check out the unvisited parts of the region. Visit the Neora Valley National Park, a treasure trove for bird lovers, which is a diverse habitat with rare avian species like Bay Woodpecker, Hodgson’s Hawk Cuckoo, Satyr Tragopan and more. If you have read Kiran Desai’s Inheritance of Loss, you’ll find the same descriptions of hill stations that have colonial bungalows and magnificent pine trees. The trip also includes a visit to the Makaibari Tea Estate that is an integral part of a forest which harbours 150 species of birds, 30 species of reptiles and amphibians and 8 species of mammals.
The trip is priced at Rs. 23, 500 per person
that includes accommodation, all meals during the course of the trip and all surface travel. Check the complete itinerary here
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